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Words Every Graduate Should Know--Set One
abjure
abrogate
abstemious
acumen
to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun
revoke formally
sparing in consumption of especially food and drink
shrewdness shown by keen insight
abjure
to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun
abrogate
revoke formally
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100 Words Every High School Graduate Should Know
abjure
abrogate
abstemious
acumen
to formally reject a belief (recant)
to formally abolish (revoke)
moderate in eating and drinking (ascetic)
keen insight (discernment)
abjure
to formally reject a belief (recant)
abrogate
to formally abolish (revoke)
Words Every Graduate Should Know Set Two
equinox
euro
evanescent
expurgate
period of equal days and nights; the beginning of spring and…
the basic monetary unit of most members of the European Union…
tending to vanish like vapor
to remove objectionable passages or words from a written text…
equinox
period of equal days and nights; the beginning of spring and…
euro
the basic monetary unit of most members of the European Union…
100 terms
100 Words Every High School Graduate Should Know
Abjure
Abrogate
Abstemious
Acumen
Formally renounce something.; The defendant abjured his previ…
Do away with something.; The company's directors are accused…
Marked by constraint, especially in food or alcohol.; Mr. Bro…
Sharpness of mind.; Her political acumen won the election.;Wi…
Abjure
Formally renounce something.; The defendant abjured his previ…
Abrogate
Do away with something.; The company's directors are accused…
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81-90 of 100 Words Every High School Graduate Should Know
soliloquy
soliloquy
subjugate
subjugate
A dramatic or literary form of discourse in which a character…
When Romeo performed his ___________________________ we were…
To bring under control; conquer.
To make subservient or submissive; subdue.
soliloquy
A dramatic or literary form of discourse in which a character…
soliloquy
When Romeo performed his ___________________________ we were…
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100 Words Every High School Graduate Should Know
Abjure
Abrogate
Abstemious
Acumen
to formally reject a belief (recant)
to formally abolish (revoke)
moderate in eating and drinking (ascetic)
keen insight (discernment)
Abjure
to formally reject a belief (recant)
Abrogate
to formally abolish (revoke)
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1-50 100 Words Every High School Graduate Should Know
Abjure
Abrogate
Abstemious
Acumen
To recant solemnly
To abolish
Eating or drinking in moderation
Quickness and keenness of judgment or insight
Abjure
To recant solemnly
Abrogate
To abolish
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91-100 of the 100 Words Every High School Graduate Should Know
unctuous
unctuous
unctuous
usurp
Characterized by affected, exaggerated, or insincere earnestn…
Having the quality or characteristics of oil or ointment; sli…
Containing or composed of oil or fat.
To seize and hold (the power or tights of another, for exampl…
unctuous
Characterized by affected, exaggerated, or insincere earnestn…
unctuous
Having the quality or characteristics of oil or ointment; sli…
100+ Words Every Graduate Should Know
abjure
abrogate
abstemious
acumen
to reject something
repeal/do away with
not self-indulgent
ability to make good judgments and quick decisions
abjure
to reject something
abrogate
repeal/do away with
100 Words Every High School Graduate Should Know
Abjure
Abrogate
Abstemious
Acumen
To recant solemnly
To abolish
Eating or drinking in moderation
Quickness and keenness of judgment or insight
Abjure
To recant solemnly
Abrogate
To abolish
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100 words high school graduates should know 51-60
lugubrious
metamorphosis
metamorphosis
mitosis
mournful, dismal or gloomy, especially to a ludicrous degree.
A marked change in appearance, character, condition or functi…
Change in the form and often habits of an animal during norma…
The process in cell division by which the nucleus divides, ty…
lugubrious
mournful, dismal or gloomy, especially to a ludicrous degree.
metamorphosis
A marked change in appearance, character, condition or functi…
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AP Eng Lit Foreign Vocab 1
A la carte
Ad hoc
Ad nauseum
Addendum
French for "on the cart" or ordered separately from a menu
Latin for with respect to this
Latin for to the point of being sick - figuratively or litera…
Latin for something added later
A la carte
French for "on the cart" or ordered separately from a menu
Ad hoc
Latin for with respect to this
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100 Words Every High School Graduate Should Know 41-60
Inculcate
Infrastructure
Interpolate
Irony
to teach by repetition (Latin word for trample)
underlying framework of a system
to estimate the value of; to insert words into the middle of…
the use of words to express the opposite of the literal meani…
Inculcate
to teach by repetition (Latin word for trample)
Infrastructure
underlying framework of a system
(#1-100) 100 Words Every Highschool Graduate Should Know
Abjure
Abrogate
Abstemious
Acumen
(v) to formally reject a belief; recant
(v) to formally abolish; revoke
(adj) moderate in eating or drinking; ascetic
(n) keen insight; discernment
Abjure
(v) to formally reject a belief; recant
Abrogate
(v) to formally abolish; revoke
AP Eng Voc 9
Jud
Judicious
Adjudicate
Mor
Judgement
Having or showing good judgement
To settle a dispute or argument
Law, custom, habit, humor
Jud
Judgement
Judicious
Having or showing good judgement
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8 Honors Challenge: 100 Words to Make You Sound Smart
accolade
acrimony
angst
anomaly
an expression of praise; an award (noun)
anger; hostility; bitterness (noun)
a feeling of dread, anxiety, or anguish; apprehension (noun)
an irregularity; an abnormality (noun)
accolade
an expression of praise; an award (noun)
acrimony
anger; hostility; bitterness (noun)
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AP Eng Lit Review - Medea
author
protagonist
antagonist
conflict
Euripides
Medea
Herself and her own mind
Regaining pride through seeking vengeance
author
Euripides
protagonist
Medea
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AP Eng Lit Review - Poisonwood Bible
author
antagonist
protagonist
conflict
Barbara Kingsolver
Orleanna
Orleanna
Mother's guilt over Ruth May's death
author
Barbara Kingsolver
antagonist
Orleanna
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AP Eng semester exam vocab
Feigned
Chastise
Dispel
Allay
Fake
Reprimand
Cast away
Diminish
Feigned
Fake
Chastise
Reprimand
100 terms
100 Words That All High School Graduates - And Their Parents - Should Know
Abjure
Abrogate
Abstemious
Acumen
Formally renounce something.; The defendant abjured his previ…
Do away with something.; The company's directors are accused…
Marked by constraint, especially in food or alcohol.; Mr. Bro…
Sharpness of mind.; Her political acumen won the election.;Wi…
Abjure
Formally renounce something.; The defendant abjured his previ…
Abrogate
Do away with something.; The company's directors are accused…
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AP Eng IV: Voc unit 9
judicious (adj)
adjudicate (v)
amoral (adj)
mores (n)
having or showing good judgement
to settle a dispute or argument
not concerned about morality
attitudes and behaviors that are so firmly fixed that they ar…
judicious (adj)
having or showing good judgement
adjudicate (v)
to settle a dispute or argument
Vocabulary Unit 5
mundane
eulogy
progeny
copious
(adj.) ordinary; commonplace; of this world (rather than the…
(n.) a speech or piece of writing in praise of a person or th…
(n.) children; offspring; descendants... "Hopefully my progeny w…
(adj.) abundant; plentiful; full of information; wordy... "Some…
mundane
(adj.) ordinary; commonplace; of this world (rather than the…
eulogy
(n.) a speech or piece of writing in praise of a person or th…
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Eng mid term vocabulary
Abhor
Abomination
Acrid
Acquiesce
Loathe. Extreme aversion
Greatly disliked
Sharp, bitter taste/smell
Without protest. Consent
Abhor
Loathe. Extreme aversion
Abomination
Greatly disliked
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AP Eng vocab pg. 162-177
aggressive
egress
gradation
grade
disposed to attack; militant; assertive; pushing
a going out, or a way out; egress
a change by steps or stages; act of grading
step; stage; degree; rating
aggressive
disposed to attack; militant; assertive; pushing
egress
a going out, or a way out; egress
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Lincolnway chemistry Lab Equipment
RING STAND
RING
WIRE GAUZE
BEAKER
Other pieces of equipment such as rings and burette clamps ar…
It is attached to a ring stand and used to hold a wire gauze…
A heavy wire screen square, which is placed on a ring. Beaker…
Used to hold LIQUIDS or SOLIDS. When graduated, it can be use…
RING STAND
Other pieces of equipment such as rings and burette clamps ar…
RING
It is attached to a ring stand and used to hold a wire gauze…
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Gateway B1+ Unit 1 EN-EN
bald
blonde
curly
dark
with little or no hair on your head
blonde hair is pale yellow in colour
forming curves
close to black in colour
bald
with little or no hair on your head
blonde
blonde hair is pale yellow in colour
29 terms
AP English Poetry Devices Practice
Alliteration
Allusion
Anadiplosis
Apostrophe
"These hearts were woven of human joys and cares..."
"Abraham to kill him/Was distinctly told./Isaac was an urchin…
"For Lycidas is dead,... dead ere his prime..."
"But thou shalt answer, Lord, for me."
Alliteration
"These hearts were woven of human joys and cares..."
Allusion
"Abraham to kill him/Was distinctly told./Isaac was an urchin…
30 terms
the crucible TEST AP ENG LANG
what is reverend Parris upset about at…
from the comments of Parris in Act 1,…
this passage is from the background in…
from act 1, it can be inferred that th…
his daughter's condition and the possibel connection to her i…
anxiety about his reputation
Putnam arguing with proctor about a piece of land to which bo…
disorder and evil
what is reverend Parris upset about at…
his daughter's condition and the possibel connection to her i…
from the comments of Parris in Act 1,…
anxiety about his reputation
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AP Eng Lang and Comp Terms
Ad Hominem
Ambiguity
Analogy
Anaphora
"against the man;" attacking the arguer rather than the argum…
Deliberately suggesting two or more different, and sometimes…
Comparison made between two things to show how a like they are
Repetition of a word, phrase, or clause at the beginning of t…
Ad Hominem
"against the man;" attacking the arguer rather than the argum…
Ambiguity
Deliberately suggesting two or more different, and sometimes…
45 terms
Ap Lang Test 1
Argue
Pursuade
Arguments to Convince
Arguments to Pursuade
lead to conviction, agreeing that a point is correct (to expl…
move people from conviction to action (to win)
to make people believe
to make people act
Argue
lead to conviction, agreeing that a point is correct (to expl…
Pursuade
move people from conviction to action (to win)
AP English terms
antagonist
antanaclasis
Anticipated objection
antimetabole
The character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.
Repetition of a word in two different senses. ... Ex: If we do n…
The technique a writer or speaker uses in an argumentative te…
The repetition of words in successive clauses in reverse gram…
antagonist
The character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.
antanaclasis
Repetition of a word in two different senses. ... Ex: If we do n…
25 terms
Vocab 7
Abhor
Accolade
Ascetic
Bequeath
To regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly ... -If the…
Praise; an award ... -He received many accolades for being excel…
One who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation ... -The r…
To hand down, to give or to leave in a will ... -I bequeathed my…
Abhor
To regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly ... -If the…
Accolade
Praise; an award ... -He received many accolades for being excel…
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Vocabulary #3-4 - Eng 3 AP
Reprehensible
Tranquil
Hardy
Meticulous
Worthy of or deserving of disapproval; not upstanding; immoral.
Free from agitation of mind or spirit; steady; stable; calm,…
(OF hardir "to make hard")... 1. Bold brave... 2. Used to hardships…
Extreme or excessive care in the handling of details. (Syn: c…
Reprehensible
Worthy of or deserving of disapproval; not upstanding; immoral.
Tranquil
Free from agitation of mind or spirit; steady; stable; calm,…
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Chapter 2
VIRGINIA CO.
virginia named for
VA Co. were interested in
feudalism
private business organization whose shareholders included mer…
elizabeth 1 the virgin queen
gold/natural resources rather than society
the nobility held lands from the Crown in exchange for milita…
VIRGINIA CO.
private business organization whose shareholders included mer…
virginia named for
elizabeth 1 the virgin queen
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SAT Vocab - Lesson 7
Abhor
Accolade
Ascetic
Bequeath
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loat…
praise, an award... Synonyms: honor, reward, tribute... He received…
one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
to hand down, to give or to leave in a will... Synonyms: ... I bequ…
Abhor
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loat…
Accolade
praise, an award... Synonyms: honor, reward, tribute... He received…
49 terms
APUSH Unit 2 Vocab
navigation acts and mercantilism
salutary neglect
New France
French and Indian War
navigation acts - all goods to ENG carried on ENG ships qnd c…
Walpole's relaxed policy towards colonies, which lead to colo…
French presence in AM --> good relations w INDS --> worked w…
war between ENG and FR that was fought partially in AM --> FR…
navigation acts and mercantilism
navigation acts - all goods to ENG carried on ENG ships qnd c…
salutary neglect
Walpole's relaxed policy towards colonies, which lead to colo…
AP English
antagonist
antanaclasis
anticipated objection
antimetabole
The character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.... E…
Repetition of a word in two different senses. ... Ex: If we do n…
The technique a writer or speaker uses in an argumentative te…
The repetition of words in successive clauses in reverse gram…
antagonist
The character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.... E…
antanaclasis
Repetition of a word in two different senses. ... Ex: If we do n…
38 terms
Ap english vocab
antagonist
anticipated objection
antimetabole
apologist
The character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.... E…
The technique a writer or speaker uses in an argumentative te…
The repetition of words in successive clauses in reverse gram…
A person or character who makes a case for some controversial…
antagonist
The character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.... E…
anticipated objection
The technique a writer or speaker uses in an argumentative te…
14 terms
AP 12 Rhetorical Terms Pg 1
antagonist
antanaclases
anticipated objection
antimetabole
the character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.…
Repetition of a word in two different senses. ... EX. If we do n…
The technique a writer or speaker uses in an argumentative te…
the repetition of words in successive clauses in reverse gram…
antagonist
the character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.…
antanaclases
Repetition of a word in two different senses. ... EX. If we do n…
AP English III Terms
Absolute... Christian Torres
Adage... Christian Torres
Ad hominem arguement... Christian Torres
Allegory... Christian Torres
1. God willing we shall meet again... 2. The sun having risen, w…
1. A penny saved is a penny earned... 2. Well done is better tha…
1. She looks like a potato sack, how can we trust her to be p…
1. "Faerie Queen" - is a moral/religious allegory... 2. "Pilgrim…
Absolute... Christian Torres
1. God willing we shall meet again... 2. The sun having risen, w…
Adage... Christian Torres
1. A penny saved is a penny earned... 2. Well done is better tha…
68 terms
APUSH Practice Test 1
A majority of the early English migran…
Deism
Why did France aid America in their wa…
18th Century colonists wanted to settl…
Indentured Servants
Belief that God created the world but allowed it to operate t…
France wanted to weaken the British empire
Low price and easy availability of land
A majority of the early English migran…
Indentured Servants
Deism
Belief that God created the world but allowed it to operate t…
34 terms
AP English Terms-Argument
Antagonist
Antanaclasis
Anticipated objection
Antimetabole
The character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.…
Repetition of a word in two different senses. ... Ex: If we do…
The technique a writer or speaker uses in an argumentative te…
The repetition of words in successive clauses in reverse gram…
Antagonist
The character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.…
Antanaclasis
Repetition of a word in two different senses. ... Ex: If we do…
63 terms
AP English Study
antagonist
antanaclasis
anticipated objection
antimetabole
The character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.…
Repetition of a word in two different senses.... Ex: If we do n…
The technique a writer or speaker uses in an argumentative te…
The repetition of words in successive clauses in reverse gram…
antagonist
The character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.…
antanaclasis
Repetition of a word in two different senses.... Ex: If we do n…
AP ENGLISH 12 RHETORIC TERMS
antagonist
antanclasis
anticipated objection
antimetabole
The character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.... E…
Repetition of a word in two different senses. ... Ex: If we do n…
The technique a writer or speaker uses in an argumentative te…
The repetition of words in successive clauses in reverse gram…
antagonist
The character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.... E…
antanclasis
Repetition of a word in two different senses. ... Ex: If we do n…
AP English 11 Fallacies (examples)
Either/Or Fallacy
Guilt (or innocence) by Association
Self-Evident Truths
Ad Populum
Do you want to go to college or dig ditches all your life?
Max reads all those radical magazine articles that favor over…
Everybody knows...
Mah fehlow Ahmericans...
Either/Or Fallacy
Do you want to go to college or dig ditches all your life?
Guilt (or innocence) by Association
Max reads all those radical magazine articles that favor over…
AP Euro History Chapter 12 terms and questions
The Great Famine of 1215-1322
fur-collar crime
vernacular literature
craft guild
in response to the "Little Ice Age"; reduced calorie intake;…
committed by nobility; after war had little to do so resorted…
using native language in literature
13th century- small majority manufacturing superior product a…
The Great Famine of 1215-1322
in response to the "Little Ice Age"; reduced calorie intake;…
fur-collar crime
committed by nobility; after war had little to do so resorted…
38 terms
AP Eng Medieval Lit Exam
Canterbury Tales setting
Rime royal
Physiognomy
Groups of pilgrims
April 11, 1837 on way to Canterbury
Ababbee
Outward appearance reveals character
Merchants, clergy, feudal
Canterbury Tales setting
April 11, 1837 on way to Canterbury
Rime royal
Ababbee
38 terms
AP English Rhetorical Argument Terms
antagonist
antanaclasis
anticipated objection
antimetabole
The character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.…
Repetition of a word in two different senses. ... Ex: If we do…
The technique a writer or speaker uses in an argumentative te…
The repetition of words in successive clauses in reverse gram…
antagonist
The character who opposes the interests of the protagonist.…
antanaclasis
Repetition of a word in two different senses. ... Ex: If we do…
34 terms
AP Test Design for AP Eng Lang and Comp
60 years
AP English Language and Composition/Li…
College Board
Non-Fiction Texts
How long the AP English Exam has been in existence.
The two tests that College Board offers for AP English.
The organization that designs the tests.
The type of texts that the Language and Composition test main…
60 years
How long the AP English Exam has been in existence.
AP English Language and Composition/Li…
The two tests that College Board offers for AP English.
Ap Euro chapter 16
absolutism
divine right
L'etat, cest moi
Henry IV (1589-1610)
When sovereignty is embodied in the person of the ruler., The…
the idea that monarchs are God's representatives on earth and…
I am the state- Louis 14 Fr
"Paris is worth a mass" survived the ST Bartholomew's day mas…
absolutism
When sovereignty is embodied in the person of the ruler., The…
divine right
the idea that monarchs are God's representatives on earth and…
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